The Venice of the fifties, and the characters that inhabit the boardwalk, make for a moody, almost 'noir' setting, and the characters, without being hard-bitten and cynical, would not be completely out of place in a Bogart movie.
Desert digs, camels, native workers, sinister uniformed Nazis, the only thing missing is Humphrey Bogart, either in a tuxedo or his scruffy African Queen attire.
One of the most famous images in American cinema is that of actor Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca, a fedora perched on his head.
Iconic actors like Robert DeNiro, Jack Nicholson, James Stewart, and Humphrey Bogart will always hold a place in such lists.
Love scenes don't get much more classic than Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman bidding each other farewell in Casablanca.
Rumors abounded, with people giving credit to Daniel and Dorothy Gerber's daughter, Sally, and even to Humphrey Bogart!
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Since then, Puck married and has a son, whom he calls Bogart.